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Sep 26, 2012 10:00am PDT
phillip's marvelous coffee shop. it's a mecca for coffee aficionados and i know it was opened in anticipation of the twitter neighborhood and you will see tables full of twitter employees. thank you phillip for your investment and your confidence in our city. so i think you have heard, all of you, that twitter moved into the neighborhood. well, they moved in to the market square building this summer. if you ever get a chance, get to the rooftop. i don't know what connections people might have with twitter, just tell them you are a twitter and you can tweet, but i have to get to the rooftop, because if you get up there you will see an iconic view of the city's dome a wonderful city. they are being joined by others and has an ambitious team for the ground floor that includes retail, restaurants and even a grocery store to serve the neighborhood. they are already working on the building behind it on stevenson alley. and across 10th street, crescent heights the big tower is going up as we speak, 750 units of housing for folks who want to move in, beginning late 2013. the emerald fund
Sep 25, 2012 9:30am PDT
. >> >> sary phillips with the planning department. one thing i want to note about this element or in any general plan element they're meant to provide a kind of the lay of the land image. one thing about our general plan most elements are to be in place for about 25 years so any math that is included in them by nature obsolete within a few years. we don't use maps to make land use decisions and i want to support the commenter's statement. it's important when we make decisions on up-to-date data and on sea level and debating and what is going on happen and in regard to flooding the city has a rate map and flood map that is adopted and regularly updated. this provides generally overview of where they are but land use is not based on these and i can assure you these will not be up to dea. they're up-to-date now but they're not meant to be serve on the long-term or used in that way. >> are they used as a tool to assist your decision making progress? >> they are as many things, so the general plan has ten separate elements so whether all of these, whether it be community safety, housing,
Oct 2, 2012 2:00am PDT
. commissioners, good afternoon. phillip lesser, merchants association and representing tacolicious. so you can physically see the building, i believe most of the people who will be speaking with complaints live on the second floor and tacolicious is on the ground floor. i'm not going to reiterate what erica jackson pointed out, that complaints have been filed have all been found to be without merit. what i would like to point out is that 575 notices were mailed as a result of 300 foot radius mail-out to all owners, all occupants from this side. you can see it is pretty empty. you can hear from erica jackson very few letters have come in complaining about this. there is a three foot but four foot notice in the window of tacolicious. it's been there 21 days. thousands have walked by that notice. you can see they are not in the gallery. the building now is part of the transformation that's taking place on valencia street but specifically this street, the 700
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